We stayed in Hamburg for an extra day to scramble for Schengen visas. Very pleased to announce our legality. Turns out procuring a 90-day extension is a shockingly easy thing for American citizens. God bless the USA, huh.
Places we’ve been to or through in the last ten days: Roskilde, Ringsted, Tystrup, Næstved, Stensved, Nyråd, Vordingborg, Sakskobing, Maribo, Rødby, Rødbyhavn, Puttgarden, Burg auf Fehmarn, Heiligenhafen, Oldenburg, Lütjenburg, Schwentinental, Kiel, Preetz, Plön, Glasau, Lübeck, Ahrensburg, Hamburg.
The last days in København zipped past. I found myself a very serviceable blue bike, thanks to Simon Søndergaard of Buddha Bikes, who got it mostly outfitted for the tour and made recommendations for the rest.
Jon departed to continue adventuring in the sun-flooded reaches of Scandinavia. Madison returned to København after a successful workshop in Århus. We biked around the city a bit, enjoyed the company of our Couchsurfing hosts, interviewed random strangers at the Lakes about why they love København, visited Rasmus Grusgaard at Fab Lab Nordvest again, and of course packed our panniers at the last possible minute.